leather serum

$20.00

Quantity
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Inspired by old world, deep conditioning products used to bring aged, cracked, and dried leather "back to life".  Created to recondition leather detailed furniture parts such as desk tops, sofas, and chairs.  Equestrian harnesses, saddles, as well as shoes, handbags, luggage, etc.   

For use on damaged or distressed spots:  Application of serum with dropper on cracks will soften the leather, bring back suppleness, and help stop further deterioration.  Great for aged luggage corners, belts, and leather aged by the sun.   Serum can darken lightened spots on brown and black leather.

To use on smooth leather surface:  Apply a few drops to a clean cloth and rub evenly over the surface of the leather for moisturizing effect.

Made from the finest Italian Avocado Oil.  Free of all solvents and chemicals.

NOT FOR USE ON SUEDE.  *Always test application on light colors.

sold in 2oz glass bottle with dropper

 

 

A collection of serums, waxes, creams, and tonics are mixed in small batches in our studio in Brooklyn, NY.

Christophe Pourny was born and raised in the Var region of Southern France. Growing up in his parents antique store in Fayence made the love of furniture and artisanal techniques second nature to Christophe. 


After University in NICE, an apprenticeship at his Uncle’s shop on the Rue Jacob in Paris would inspire Christophe to be involved in the family tradition of working with anitques.  Pierre Madel was a legend and his loyal clientele spanned all the way from San Francisco to St. Tropez. New York was calling Chirstophe, and Twenty Five years ago he moved to New York and opened his restoration studio in Brooklyn. The studio specializes in French polish, Ceruse finishes, Straw Marquetry, antique restoration, & custom furniture production. The studio is proud to call some of the most talented interior designers in the industry clients.  Christophe has also worked extensively on the restoration of City Hall, Gracie Mansion, & The Holy See Mission to The United Nations.